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The Black Sea By Elm Bryant
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In 1850, plague and famine are raging through Ireland, forcing thousands to flee to America. But Byron Drake is waiting. Drake is cold and ruthless, snatching the young, impoverished girls as... More > they disembark in Boston Harbor. Through fear and force, he uses them to line his own pockets. One woman has the courage and wit to stand up to Byron Drake, a headstrong socialite named Josephine Hamilton. Can her faith and her God truly protect her as she engages the brutal evil that stalks these young women? And will she be able to save the lives that have been entrusted to her?< Less
The Black Sea By Elm Bryant
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In 1850, plague and famine are raging through Ireland, forcing thousands to flee to America. But Byron Drake is waiting. Drake is cold and ruthless, snatching the young, impoverished girls as they... More > disembark in Boston Harbor. Through fear and force, he uses them to line his own pockets. One woman has the courage and wit to stand up to Byron Drake, a headstrong socialite named Josephine Hamilton. Can her faith and her God truly protect her as she engages the brutal evil that stalks these young women? And will she be able to save the lives that have been entrusted to her?< Less
The Black Sea By Elm Bryant
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In 1850, plague and famine are raging through Ireland, forcing thousands to flee to America. But Byron Drake is waiting. Drake is cold and ruthless, snatching the young, impoverished girls as... More > they disembark in Boston Harbor. Through fear and force, he uses them to line his own pockets. One woman has the courage and wit to stand up to Byron Drake, a headstrong socialite named Josephine Hamilton. Can her faith and her God truly protect her as she engages the brutal evil that stalks these young women? And will she be able to save the lives that have been entrusted to her?< Less
From Shaw Island to the Black Sea By Carole Davis
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Get ready for a wild ride! Carole's stories span 50 years and bobble close to home and around the world. They roam the yaylas of the Kaçkar Mountains and the highlands of Peru. They explore... More > the streets of Senegal and the violent history of Guatemala. They wander the hillsides of Southern Spain and the steppes of Eastern Turkey. And they ramble the plains of Mesopotamia and the tundra of Iceland. Hold an assault rifle and a sheep's teat, visit Carole's childhood bathroom and her husband's dresser, careen the streets of Trabzon and join the Order of the Golden Dragon. Cook flat bread over an open fire, make friends around the globe, and sleep in a French garret and a Turkish container. You'll float a log to Yellow Island and take a plane with a hole in the wing, meet a Kurdish housewife and the women of Paris. You'll drink tea with armed guards and collect dead birds along the road. Prepare to expect the unexpected.< Less
Wave of The Sea By Sylvia Green Robinson
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African American ensemble one-act play. Performance by the Northridge Playwrights at California State University, Northridge in 2001 and at Inner City Cultural Center in 1990. Featured Bren Hall in... More > the Northridge performance; Dawn Smithey, Leon Morenzi, J. R. Starr performed at Inner City. Dr. Rick Mitchell, theater professor in the English Department at CSU Northridge, founded the Northridge Playwrights.< Less
Wave of The Sea By Sylvia Green Robinson
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African American ensemble one-act play. Performance by the Northridge Playwrights at California State University, Northridge in 2001 and at Inner City Cultural Center in 1990. Featured Bren Hall in... More > the Northridge performance; Dawn Smithey, Leon Morenzi, J. R. Starr performed at Inner City. Dr. Rick Mitchell, theater professor in the English Department at CSU Northridge, founded the Northridge Playwrights.< Less
Out At Sea By Aiden Merchant
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Like many, Denver is struggling financially to keep his family afloat. So, when his cousin offers him a job on a shipping vessel off the Alaskan coast, he finds his sea legs and gets to work.... More > Unfortunately for all involved, something lurks out there in the water. Something hungry and savagely vicious... Out at Sea is a short story that originally premiered on KendallReviews.com. The eBook edition is a re-edited and slightly expanded version of the original.< Less
Issue 4: The Sea (Black & White Version) By Peculiar Mormyrid
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MYSTERIOUS DERELICT FOUND AT SEA - For this issue Peculiar Mormyrid leaves the shore far behind to explore, as Lovecraft once hinted, “those unhallowed blasphemies from elder stars that dream... More > beneath the sea.” Far from taking the sea as a mere backdrop, Peculiar Mormyrid #4 seeks to confirm a long suspected poetic hypothesis: that the sea is the marvel-generating habitat par excellence. This issue presents the results of a submarine inquiry in which surrealists from around the world attempt to reclaim the sea from capitalist exploitation and, in-tandem with global warming and rising water levels, re-colonize the land with aquatic forms of being. Here contributors explore through many different media the sea’s particular genius for the poetic, the eldritch, the utopian, and the egalitarian organization of aquatic life forms.< Less
Pearl of the Seas A fairytale prequel to 'Black Inked Pearl' By Ruth Finnegan & Rachel Backshall
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RECOMMENDED BY ROWAN WILLIAMS, 104TH ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY WINNER (FRIENDSHIO) BOOK EXCELLENCE An award-winning unput-downable tale of two children building a boat from a log they find... More > buried in the sand and sailing off to far-off fantastic lands in a stormy sea-driven adventure with their faithful - but accident-prone - dog Holly. There they learn much wisdom from a king who, like God, has many names'. After an incredible sacrifice of his dearest dream by the boy (now growing up) they return - another dream - to a family tea with their loved ones. The tale is a prequel and companion to Ruth Finnegan's award-winning epic romance 'Black inked pearl', here adapted for preteens but characterised by (in a simpler form) the same unique dream-like and enchanted style as in the original novel. Five Star Review (Readers' Favorite) Silver Award (Hungry Monster). "It really fizzes" Inspirational Christian fantasy fiction.< Less
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